Position
Individual Medley/freestyle
Height
6'0
Class
Freshman
Hometown
Conroe, Texas
High School
Conroe HS

LSU Record-holder in the 200 and 800 freestyle relays and 200 medley relay
2009-10 NCAA Honorable Mention All-American (200 and 400 freestyle relays and 200 and 400 medley relays)
2008-09 NCAA Honorable Mention All-American (200 and 400 freestyle relays and 400 medley relay)
2010 SEC Third-Place Medalist (200 medley relay)
2009 U.S. Open Participant
2009-10 Team Co-Captain

CAREER
A seven-time NCAA honorable mention All-American in relay competition … Leaves the program as a school record-holder in the 200 and 800 freestyle relays and 200 medley relay … Finished his career with program top-10 marks in the 100 freestyle (43.90), 400 individual medley (3:53.03) and 200 butterfly (1:48.83) … Served as a team co-captain in his senior season … Given the program’s Hammer Award, which is awarded to the athlete who demonstrates exceptional character and puts the team first in all situations, in both his junior and senior seasons.

NATIONAL COMPETITION (2008-09)
Competed at the 2009 U.S. Open Swimming Championships, qualifying for a second swim in the 50m freestyle … Placed 24rd overall with a time of 23.36 … Reached the ‘C’ final of that event with a lifetime best of 23.08 … Also finished 28th in the 100m free (51.17), 42nd in the 400 I.M. (4:34.59) and 56th in the 200 I.M. (2:08.09).

SENIOR SEASON (2009-10)
Earned four more honorable mention All-America honors in relay competition … Competed in every dual meet, the Cougar Classic Fall Invitational and the NCAA and SEC Championships … Anchored the men’s 200 and 400 medley relays at the 2010 NCAA Championships, which placed 14th (1:27.32) and 15th (3:11.61), respectively … Helped the Tigers take 15th in the 200 freestyle relay (1:19.51) and 16th in the 400 free relay (2:55.78) at the same competition … Also took 48th in the 50 free (20.28) at the national meet … Swam the anchor leg on the team’s record-breaking 200 medley relay at the SEC Championships, which took third overall (1:26.00) … Recorded an NCAA provisional qualifying mark of 20.25 in the 50 free to post a 24th-place finish … Also a member of two other top-five relays at SEC’s … Finished seventh in both the 200 I.M. (1:54.24) and 50 free (21.07) at the Cougar Classic Fall Invitational … Claimed sixth in the 400 I.M. and seventh in the 200 free … Won four races during the dual-meet season … Captured first in the 200 fly against nationally-ranked foes Tennessee and Auburn … Took first in the 200 fly at Florida State (1:51.05) … Registered first-place in the 200 free against UNO (1:40.96) … Named the Hammer Award Recipient for the second-straight season … Lettered for the fourth time in his career.

JUNIOR SEASON (2008-09)
Enjoyed the best season of his career, culminating in three honorable mention All-America accolades … Also posted new career bests in six races and ranked in the team’s top three in four events … Helped the men’s 400 freestyle relay squad earn a 16th-place finish and All-America honors at the NCAA Championships (2:55.39)… Led the Tigers to the evening finals in that relay with a lead-off 100-yard split of 43.90 in the prelims … That mark ranks sixth in school history … Played a role on the squad’s 12th-place 200 freestyle relay (1:18.50) … Also anchored the men’s 400 medley relay squad at NCAA’s, which finished 16th (3:12.82) … Swam the second leg of LSU’s record-setting 200 freestyle relay team (1:17.82) at Georgia’s Bulldog Invitational … Recorded a personal best of 1:48.83 in the 200 butterfly to place 17th at the SEC Championships … Placed 23rd in the 500 free with a career best of 4:31.55 and 24th in the 400 I.M. (3:58.45) … Also part of the school’s record-breaking 800 freestyle relay (6:28.83), which took sixth … Won the consolation final of the 400 I.M. at Texas A&M’s Art Adamson Invitational with a personal-best time of 3:53.03 … Secured 15th in the 200 free at that competition after reaching the ‘B’ final with a personal best of 1:39.28 … Also took 11th in the 200 fly (1:50.25) and swam on two runner-up relay squads in College Station, Texas … Part of a critical 1-2-3 LSU finish in the 200 I.M. at Texas A&M, which secured the road victory … Emerged victorious in the 200 free (1:40.42) at the LSU Invitational … Registered runner-up finishes in the 200 fly (1:51.38) and 100 free (45.85) in a win over No. 18 Florida State … Awarded the LSU men’s Hammer Award by the program at the annual banquet for demonstrating exceptional character in competition … Earned his third varsity letter.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007-08)
One of the Tigers’ most versatile swimmers … Improved four of his top six times from a year ago … Competed in every dual meet, the Georgia Tech Invitational and the SEC Championships … Enjoyed a fantastic weekend at the SEC Championships, collecting season-best times in three different events … Posted a 400 I.M. time of 3:57.36 at SEC’s to move into fifth-place all-time in the event’s history at LSU … Seized first-place in the 500 free versus No. 18 Texas A&M with a season-best clocking of 4:34.68 … Notched first in the 200 fly with a mark of 1:54.09 in the team’s near upset of No. 2 Stanford … Swept the 200 and 500 free versus Delta State … Helped the 800 freestyle relay squad take the title at the Georgia Tech Invitational … Finished both individual medley events in the top 10 at the same competition … Secured top honors in the 200 free at Alabama with his top time of the season (1:41.32) … Earned runner-up honors in seven individual races during the dual-meet season … Received his second varsity letter.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2006-07)
An all-around swimmer who competed in individual medley, freestyle and butterfly in his first season … Tallied two LSU all-time top 10 times and recorded six team top-five season marks … Ranked second on the team in individual medley events behind Julius Gloeckner … Saw action in every dual meet, the Art Adamson Invitational and all four days of the SEC Championships … Earned a berth in the consolation final of the 200 I.M. and finished 16th overall with the ninth-fastest time in school history (1:51.07) … Qualified for the 200 fly consolation final and placed 16th overall at SEC’s in a season-best 1:51.36 … Nearly reached the finals of the 400 I.M. at SEC’s, finishing 18th with the eighth-fastest clocking in school history (3:59.86) … Helped the 800 free relay team take sixth at the conference meet (6:35.24) … Won the consolation final of the 400 I.M. at the Art Adamson Invite and finished ninth overall in the 200 free … Earned his first varsity letter.

PRIOR TO LSU
Enjoyed an outstanding four-year career at Conroe High School … Earned All-America recognition 12 times, was a 12-time Junior National qualifier and a seven-time Junior National finalist … Finished his senior season with seven All-America awards and was a two-time state high school medalist (200 and 500 freestyle) … Was the class 5A regional champion in the 500 free … Team captain of the Woodlands National Club Team … Named District Athlete of the Year … Graduated Magna Cum Laude … Coached by Tim Bauer.

PERSONAL
Born March 31, 1988 in Houston, Texas … Parents are John and Sally LeNeave … Has one brother, Patrick and one sister, Kelsey … Majoring in petroleum engineering.

SEAN’S TOP TIMES
50 freestyle, 20.21, 2009 Bulldog Invitational
100 freestyle, 43.90, 2009 NCAA Championships
200 freestyle, 1:39.28, 2008 Art Adamson Invitational
500 freestyle, 4:31.55, 2009 SEC Championships
200 butterfly, 1:48.83, 2009 SEC Championships
200 individual medley, 1:51.07, 2007 SEC Championships
400 individual medley, 3:53.03, 2008 Art Adamson Invitational

 

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